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# Copyright Vladimir Prus 2002-2006.
# Copyright Dave Abrahams 2005-2006.
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# TODO:
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import boostcpp ;
import package ;
import sequence ;
import xsltproc ;
import set ;
import path ;
import link ;
path-constant BOOST_ROOT : . ;
constant BOOST_VERSION : 1.57.0 ;
constant BOOST_JAMROOT_MODULE : $(__name__) ;
boostcpp.set-version $(BOOST_VERSION) ;
local all-headers =
[ MATCH .*libs/(.*)/include/boost : [ glob libs/*/include/boost ] ] ;
for dir in $(all-headers)
{
link-directory $(dir)-headers : libs/$(dir)/include/boost : <location>. ;
explicit $(dir)-headers ;
}
local numeric-headers =
[ MATCH .*libs/numeric/(.*)/include/boost : [ glob libs/*/*/include/boost ] ] ;
for dir in $(numeric-headers)
{
link-directory numeric-$(dir)-headers : libs/numeric/$(dir)/include/boost : <location>. ;
explicit numeric-$(dir)-headers ;
}
if $(all-headers)
{
constant BOOST_MODULARLAYOUT : $(all-headers) $(numeric-headers) ;
}
project boost
: requirements <include>.
# Disable auto-linking for all targets here, primarily because it caused
# troubles with V2.
<define>BOOST_ALL_NO_LIB=1
# Used to encode variant in target name. See the 'tag' rule below.
<tag>@$(__name__).tag
<conditional>@handle-static-runtime
# The standard library Sun compilers use by default has no chance
# of working with Boost. Override it.
<toolset>sun:<stdlib>sun-stlport
# Comeau does not support shared lib
<toolset>como:<link>static
<toolset>como-linux:<define>_GNU_SOURCE=1
# When building docs within Boost, we want the standard Boost style
<xsl:param>boost.defaults=Boost
: usage-requirements <include>.
: build-dir bin.v2
;
# This rule is called by Boost.Build to determine the name of target. We use it
# to encode the build variant, compiler name and boost version in the target
# name.
#
rule tag ( name : type ? : property-set )
{
return [ boostcpp.tag $(name) : $(type) : $(property-set) ] ;
}
rule handle-static-runtime ( properties * )
{
# Using static runtime with shared libraries is impossible on Linux, and
# dangerous on Windows. Therefore, we disallow it. This might be drastic,
# but it was disabled for a while without anybody complaining.
# For CW, static runtime is needed so that std::locale works.
if <link>shared in $(properties) && <runtime-link>static in $(properties) &&
! ( <toolset>cw in $(properties) )
{
ECHO "error: link=shared together with runtime-link=static is not allowed" ;
ECHO "error: such property combination is either impossible " ;
ECHO "error: or too dangerious to be of any use" ;
EXIT ;
}
}
all-libraries = [ MATCH .*libs/(.*)/build/.* : [ glob libs/*/build/Jamfile.v2 ]
[ glob libs/*/build/Jamfile ] ] ;
all-libraries = [ sequence.unique $(all-libraries) ] ;
# The function_types library has a Jamfile, but it's used for maintenance
# purposes, there's no library to build and install.
all-libraries = [ set.difference $(all-libraries) : function_types ] ;
# Setup convenient aliases for all libraries.
local rule explicit-alias ( id : targets + )
{
alias $(id) : $(targets) ;
explicit $(id) ;
}
# First, the complicated libraries: where the target name in Jamfile is
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explicit-alias prg_exec_monitor : libs/test/build//_prg_exec_monitor ;
explicit-alias test_exec_monitor : libs/test/build//_test_exec_monitor ;
explicit-alias unit_test_framework : libs/test/build//_unit_test_framework ;
explicit-alias bgl-vis : libs/graps/build//bgl-vis ;
explicit-alias serialization : libs/serialization/build//_serialization ;
explicit-alias wserialization : libs/serialization/build//_wserialization ;
for local l in $(all-libraries)
{
if ! $(l) in test graph serialization
{
explicit-alias $(l) : libs/$(l)/build//_$(l) ;
}
}
alias headers : $(all-headers)-headers numeric-$(numeric-headers)-headers : : : <include>. ;
explicit headers ;
# Make project ids of all libraries known.
for local l in $(all-libraries)
{
use-project /boost/$(l) : libs/$(l)/build ;
}
use-project /boost/tools/inspect : tools/inspect/build ;
use-project /boost/libs/wave/tool : libs/wave/tool/build ;
# This rule should be called from libraries' Jamfiles and will create two
# targets, "install" and "stage", that will install or stage that library. The
# --prefix option is respected, but --with and --without options, naturally, are
# ignored.
#
# - libraries -- list of library targets to install.
#
rule boost-install ( libraries * )
{
package.install install
: <dependency>/boost//install-proper-headers $(install-requirements)
: # No binaries
: $(libraries)
: # No headers, it is handled by the dependency.
;
install stage : $(libraries) : <location>$(BOOST_STAGE_LOCATE) ;
module [ CALLER_MODULE ]
{
explicit stage ;
explicit install ;
}
}
headers =
# The .SUNWCCh files are present in tr1 include directory and have to be
# installed (see http://lists.boost.org/Archives/boost/2007/05/121430.php).
[ path.glob-tree $(BOOST_ROOT)/boost : *.hpp *.ipp *.h *.inc *.SUNWCCh : CVS .svn ]
[ path.glob-tree $(BOOST_ROOT)/boost/compatibility/cpp_c_headers : c* : CVS .svn ]
[ path.glob boost/tr1/tr1 : * : bcc32 sun CVS .svn ]
;
# Declare special top-level targets that build and install the desired variants
# of the libraries.
boostcpp.declare-targets $(all-libraries) : $(headers) ;
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// Boost string_algo library string_algo.hpp header file ---------------------------//
// Copyright Pavol Droba 2002-2004.
//
// Distributed under the Boost Software License, Version 1.0.
// (See accompanying file LICENSE_1_0.txt or copy at
// http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt)
// See http://www.boost.org/ for updates, documentation, and revision history.
#ifndef BOOST_STRING_ALGO_HPP
#define BOOST_STRING_ALGO_HPP
/*! \file
Cumulative include for string_algo library
*/
#include <boost/algorithm/string/std_containers_traits.hpp>
#include <boost/algorithm/string/trim.hpp>
#include <boost/algorithm/string/case_conv.hpp>
#include <boost/algorithm/string/predicate.hpp>
#include <boost/algorithm/string/find.hpp>
#include <boost/algorithm/string/split.hpp>
#include <boost/algorithm/string/join.hpp>
#include <boost/algorithm/string/replace.hpp>
#include <boost/algorithm/string/erase.hpp>
#include <boost/algorithm/string/classification.hpp>
#include <boost/algorithm/string/find_iterator.hpp>
#endif // BOOST_STRING_ALGO_HPP
// Boost string_algo library case_conv.hpp header file ---------------------------//
// Copyright Pavol Droba 2002-2003.
//
// Distributed under the Boost Software License, Version 1.0.
// (See accompanying file LICENSE_1_0.txt or copy at
// http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt)
// See http://www.boost.org/ for updates, documentation, and revision history.
#ifndef BOOST_STRING_CASE_CONV_HPP
#define BOOST_STRING_CASE_CONV_HPP
#include <boost/algorithm/string/config.hpp>
#include <algorithm>
#include <locale>
#include <boost/iterator/transform_iterator.hpp>
#include <boost/range/as_literal.hpp>
#include <boost/range/begin.hpp>
#include <boost/range/end.hpp>
#include <boost/range/value_type.hpp>
#include <boost/algorithm/string/detail/case_conv.hpp>
/*! \file
Defines sequence case-conversion algorithms.
Algorithms convert each element in the input sequence to the
desired case using provided locales.
*/
namespace boost {
namespace algorithm {
// to_lower -----------------------------------------------//
//! Convert to lower case
/*!
Each element of the input sequence is converted to lower
case. The result is a copy of the input converted to lower case.
It is returned as a sequence or copied to the output iterator.
\param Output An output iterator to which the result will be copied
\param Input An input range
\param Loc A locale used for conversion
\return
An output iterator pointing just after the last inserted character or
a copy of the input
\note The second variant of this function provides the strong exception-safety guarantee
*/
template<typename OutputIteratorT, typename RangeT>
inline OutputIteratorT
to_lower_copy(
OutputIteratorT Output,
const RangeT& Input,
const std::locale& Loc=std::locale())
{
return ::boost::algorithm::detail::transform_range_copy(
Output,
::boost::as_literal(Input),
::boost::algorithm::detail::to_lowerF<
typename range_value<RangeT>::type >(Loc));
}
//! Convert to lower case
/*!
\overload
*/
template<typename SequenceT>
inline SequenceT to_lower_copy(
const SequenceT& Input,
const std::locale& Loc=std::locale())
{
return ::boost::algorithm::detail::transform_range_copy<SequenceT>(
Input,
::boost::algorithm::detail::to_lowerF<
typename range_value<SequenceT>::type >(Loc));
}
//! Convert to lower case
/*!
Each element of the input sequence is converted to lower
case. The input sequence is modified in-place.
\param Input A range
\param Loc a locale used for conversion
*/
template<typename WritableRangeT>
inline void to_lower(
WritableRangeT& Input,
const std::locale& Loc=std::locale())
{
::boost::algorithm::detail::transform_range(
::boost::as_literal(Input),
::boost::algorithm::detail::to_lowerF<
typename range_value<WritableRangeT>::type >(Loc));
}
// to_upper -----------------------------------------------//
//! Convert to upper case
/*!
Each element of the input sequence is converted to upper
case. The result is a copy of the input converted to upper case.
It is returned as a sequence or copied to the output iterator
\param Output An output iterator to which the result will be copied
\param Input An input range
\param Loc A locale used for conversion
\return
An output iterator pointing just after the last inserted character or
a copy of the input
\note The second variant of this function provides the strong exception-safety guarantee
*/
template<typename OutputIteratorT, typename RangeT>
inline OutputIteratorT
to_upper_copy(
OutputIteratorT Output,
const RangeT& Input,
const std::locale& Loc=std::locale())
{
return ::boost::algorithm::detail::transform_range_copy(
Output,
::boost::as_literal(Input),
::boost::algorithm::detail::to_upperF<
typename range_value<RangeT>::type >(Loc));
}
//! Convert to upper case
/*!
\overload
*/
template<typename SequenceT>
inline SequenceT to_upper_copy(
const SequenceT& Input,
const std::locale& Loc=std::locale())
{
return ::boost::algorithm::detail::transform_range_copy<SequenceT>(
Input,
::boost::algorithm::detail::to_upperF<
typename range_value<SequenceT>::type >(Loc));
}
//! Convert to upper case
/*!
Each element of the input sequence is converted to upper
case. The input sequence is modified in-place.
\param Input An input range
\param Loc a locale used for conversion
*/
template<typename WritableRangeT>
inline void to_upper(
WritableRangeT& Input,
const std::locale& Loc=std::locale())
{
::boost::algorithm::detail::transform_range(
::boost::as_literal(Input),
::boost::algorithm::detail::to_upperF<
typename range_value<WritableRangeT>::type >(Loc));
}
} // namespace algorithm
// pull names to the boost namespace
using algorithm::to_lower;
using algorithm::to_lower_copy;
using algorithm::to_upper;
using algorithm::to_upper_copy;
} // namespace boost
#endif // BOOST_STRING_CASE_CONV_HPP
// Boost string_algo library classification.hpp header file ---------------------------//
// Copyright Pavol Droba 2002-2003.
//
// Distributed under the Boost Software License, Version 1.0.
// (See accompanying file LICENSE_1_0.txt or copy at
// http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt)
// See http://www.boost.org/ for updates, documentation, and revision history.
#ifndef BOOST_STRING_CLASSIFICATION_HPP
#define BOOST_STRING_CLASSIFICATION_HPP
#include <algorithm>
#include <locale>
#include <boost/range/value_type.hpp>
#include <boost/range/as_literal.hpp>
#include <boost/algorithm/string/detail/classification.hpp>
#include <boost/algorithm/string/predicate_facade.hpp>
/*! \file
Classification predicates are included in the library to give
some more convenience when using algorithms like \c trim() and \c all().
They wrap functionality of STL classification functions ( e.g. \c std::isspace() )
into generic functors.
*/
namespace boost {
namespace algorithm {
// classification functor generator -------------------------------------//
//! is_classified predicate
/*!
Construct the \c is_classified predicate. This predicate holds if the input is
of specified \c std::ctype category.
\param Type A \c std::ctype category
\param Loc A locale used for classification
\return An instance of the \c is_classified predicate
*/
inline detail::is_classifiedF
is_classified(std::ctype_base::mask Type, const std::locale& Loc=std::locale())
{
return detail::is_classifiedF(Type, Loc);
}
//! is_space predicate
/*!
Construct the \c is_classified predicate for the \c ctype_base::space category.
\param Loc A locale used for classification
\return An instance of the \c is_classified predicate
*/
inline detail::is_classifiedF
is_space(const std::locale& Loc=std::locale())
{
return detail::is_classifiedF(std::ctype_base::space, Loc);
}
//! is_alnum predicate
/*!
Construct the \c is_classified predicate for the \c ctype_base::alnum category.
\param Loc A locale used for classification
\return An instance of the \c is_classified predicate
*/
inline detail::is_classifiedF
is_alnum(const std::locale& Loc=std::locale())
{
return detail::is_classifiedF(std::ctype_base::alnum, Loc);
}
//! is_alpha predicate
/*!
Construct the \c is_classified predicate for the \c ctype_base::alpha category.
\param Loc A locale used for classification
\return An instance of the \c is_classified predicate
*/
inline detail::is_classifiedF
is_alpha(const std::locale& Loc=std::locale())
{
return detail::is_classifiedF(std::ctype_base::alpha, Loc);
}
//! is_cntrl predicate
/*!
Construct the \c is_classified predicate for the \c ctype_base::cntrl category.
\param Loc A locale used for classification
\return An instance of the \c is_classified predicate
*/
inline detail::is_classifiedF
is_cntrl(const std::locale& Loc=std::locale())
{
return detail::is_classifiedF(std::ctype_base::cntrl, Loc);
}
//! is_digit predicate
/*!
Construct the \c is_classified predicate for the \c ctype_base::digit category.
\param Loc A locale used for classification
\return An instance of the \c is_classified predicate
*/
inline detail::is_classifiedF
is_digit(const std::locale& Loc=std::locale())
{
return detail::is_classifiedF(std::ctype_base::digit, Loc);
}
//! is_graph predicate
/*!
Construct the \c is_classified predicate for the \c ctype_base::graph category.
\param Loc A locale used for classification
\return An instance of the \c is_classified predicate
*/
inline detail::is_classifiedF
is_graph(const std::locale& Loc=std::locale())
{
return detail::is_classifiedF(std::ctype_base::graph, Loc);
}